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Opinion on fake news and filter bubbles in Germany 2018

Share of respondents that agreed with the following statements on news consumption in Germany in 2018

by Katrin Kienast, last edited Mar 6, 2019
Opinion on fake news and filter bubbles in Germany 2018 This statistic illustrates the results of a survey regarding the opinion on fake news and filter bubbles in Germany in 2018. According to data published by IPSOS, 47 percent of German adults said about themselves that they were confident they could tell real news from fake news. In comparison, only 29 percent believed the same to be true for the average person in their country.
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by Katrin Kienast, last edited Mar 6, 2019
This statistic illustrates the results of a survey regarding the opinion on fake news and filter bubbles in Germany in 2018. According to data published by IPSOS, 47 percent of German adults said about themselves that they were confident they could tell real news from fake news. In comparison, only 29 percent believed the same to be true for the average person in their country.
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